2001-02-01

Located in Great Area



Located in Great Area Located in a desirable Westlake Village community is this 3 bedroom, 2 bath First Neighborhood view home that has been listed for sale by Bob and Molly Friedman of Young Realtors for $519,000. The single-story residence is highlighted by a family room, new custom kitchen and a dining room. Other amenities include new tile flooring, an […]

Former Warrior football player put on probation



Chris Catalano, a former Westlake High School football player, must complete 120 hours of community service and serve 30 days in a work release program as restitution for attacking two younger teenagers last March. Catalano, 18, on a full-ride athletic scholarship to the University of Wisconsin in Madison, must also pay an undetermined amount of money to the victims. The […]

Artists and entertainers sought for festival in May The city of Calabasas is presently planning its 10th annual City of Calabasas Celebration on April 21 and fourth annual Calabasas Arts and Crafts Festival, scheduled for May 5 and 6.



Artists and entertainers sought for festival in May The city of Calabasas is presently planning its 10th annual City of Calabasas Celebration on April 21 and fourth annual Calabasas Arts and Crafts Festival, scheduled for May 5 and 6. The festival will showcase all mediums of visual arts: painting, ceramics, sculpture, glass, jewelry, photography and textiles. Fine artists, craft designers […]

Interface tries to help find jobs for foster youth



The Employment Development Program of Interface Children Family Services offers help to current and former foster youth ages 18 to 24. The program can help place youth in jobs and provide help obtaining education, housing, household items, medical services, transportation, counseling, bank account, personal records and other needs. It also offers one-on-one case management and job development, and ongoing job […]

Rop classes offer many educational opportunities



High school students age 16 and older as well as adults can learn valuable entry-level job skills in classes sponsored by the Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (ROP), a part of Las Virgenes Unified School District’s School-to-Career Program. All classes are designed to meet both the career objectives of students and the needs of the local job market. After […]

Westlake Art Guild will present a demonstration next Wednesday



The Westlake Village Art Guild will present a demonstration of underpaintings in watercolor by Hal Lambert during its meeting on Wed., Feb. 7, at Thousand Oaks Inn, 75 W. Thousand Oaks Blvd. in Thousand Oaks. The session will begin with a social hour at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:45 p.m. and the demonstration at 8 p.m. Dinner for […]

Live on a North Ranch Cul-de-sac



Live on a North Ranch Cul-de-sac Location is always the desire of buyers when it comes to selecting a home. This highly desirable property is in North Ranch on a cul-de-sac with a view. There are 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 3 fireplaces, a family room, formal dining room and vaulted ceilings. The floorplan of more than 3,000 sq.ft. in this […]

Farmers’ Market shops for a new home



The city of Westlake Village Farmers’ Market, a Sunday event each week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., has been in danger of closing down since October. Jennifer McColm, head of the market in Westlake Village as well as similar markets in Pacific Palisades, the Warner Center and Century City, has found two possibilities for a new home. McColm has […]

Local peace officers, fighters honored by T.O. Elks Lodge



Local peace officers, fighters honored by T.O. Elks Lodge By Debbie Sporich Acorn Staff Writer Six civil servants who serve in health and safety posts were recognized by the T.O. Elks during the "Officer of the Year" awards’ banquet last week. Amidst laughter and jokes from master of ceremonies Scott Dool, awards’ chairman for the Thousand Oaks Elks Lodge No. […]

Youngster’s totem poles displayed at bank



For 10 years, Charter Pacific Bank in Agoura Hills has displayed art from Lindero Canyon Middle School (LCMS). This week, 12 totem poles standing about 12 inches high were placed to show off the sculpting talent of the LCMS kids. It replaced paintings of Alaska from the previous month. Marilyn Fine, LCMS art teacher, has taught her students that totem […]


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